Enhance your skills in giving effective feedback in the international classroom in this 1-day workshop.
During this online workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback can mean in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education. Diverse methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of giving feedback and become more effective in the learning process.
Lecturers, study-advisors, and counsellors working at 4TU.
11 March 2021
Free of charge for anyone working at 4TU.
Drs. Marijke van Oppen, Cross-cultural trainer
Marijke van Oppen
Please note: We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering. A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place.
You will receive an invitation link for this online workshop after having registered. The workshop will be as interactive as possible, therefore we ask you to stay connected and visible during the workshop. We need your insights and ideas and look forward to share experiences.
After each topic there will be a small break for exercises and drinks and one lunch break of 45 minutes.
4TU.CEE@4tu.nl+31 (0)15 278 51 96